At long last, Timber Timbre will be bringing their Sincerely, Future Pollution album to Ottawa on November 16.
As part of the Grey Cup Festival, Ottawa locals and visitors alike can enjoy a three-night concert series which will feature a genre-hopping melange of music by an all-Canadian roster of some of the best talent this country has to offer.
The Dreadnoughts took over Maverick’s on Friday night with an awesome evening of folk punk music topped off with with an energetic pit.
Terry Steeves: “These worldly elements are evident when listening to Jesse’s music, and his latest album, Beyond Borders, is, I believe, his most diverse yet.”
Maria-Hélèna Pacelli: “And while the melodies have been replaying in my head, what haunts me even more is the image of hundreds of flyers catching wind on their way down from the high rise reminding us that there are so many extraordinary things about being ordinary.”
Maria-Hélèna Pacelli: “[Moonfruits] are generous artists, and their performances are permeated with genuine love that also inspires other artists. Their work is not only to perform as artists, but to weave and work the fabric of the artistic community.”
On this week’s podcast, singer-songwriter Séan McCann talks about spearheading a star-studded benefit show for the Guitars for Vets initiative and VETS Canada. The show at Algonquin Commons Theatre on Friday, November 10 will feature McCann and guests Joel Plaskett, Jeremy Fisher, and Sarah Harmer.
Before it’s officially out, Apt613 is giving you the chance to hear Joy of Joys it in its entirety.
Juno Award winning artist Boogát is going to dance the house down at Mercury Lounge this Friday November 10.
Silverstein performed Saturday night at the Brass Monkey.
Rock For Public Services celebrated their 10th anniversary in style Saturday night with amazing performances by The Cooper Brothers, Kathleen Edwards, and Colin James.
Barbara Popel: “All in all, if you love Leonard Cohen’s music, you’ll enjoy this show. And you’re sure to come away humming one of his wonderful songs.”
The wait is over, boys and ghouls – welcome to the most spooktacular weekend of the year, the one and only Halloweekend. This one is so full of things to do, it’s scary.
This week on the podcast, we catch up with Akbar Johnson, frontman for the Hard Rock Montreal band: Special Ops.
Take advantage of a rare opportunity to see the North’s most exciting artists perform in Ottawa – 11.04.17
Many Canadians don’t get the chance to visit the faraway territories of Canada’s North. Yet Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, and Yukon are all home to some of the most interesting and creative artists who themselves often do not get a chance to go “down south.”